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Switch is in the steering wheel. The horn itself is in the engine compartment to one side of the radiator, between the radiator and front grill. Usually on the drivers side.
More likely to be the horn that is faulty as it is in a pretty hostile place with water and salt spray. Test it by putting a wire from the battery to the horn contact. The one to earth will cause a spark, the other one should make it sound.
Try moving the shift lever from D towards the next gear away from N (not all the way, just hold it a little bit over). If the N light goes out and the D light acts normal, then your shift linkage needs to be adjusted so the transmission goes into gear exactly when the shift lever is in a detent. If that isn't the problem, it's time to get a readout of the engine error code to see where the problem is. You can get this done at most car parts stores, or they may let you use their engine code analyzer yourself if you give them a deposit on it. (The two hardest parts are getting down under the steering wheel to plug it in and deciphering the error code.)
Without seeing the vehicle for myself, I would say that you have blown the fuse for the ECM-B. Check for this fuse in the distribution box under the hood on the driver's side of the engine compartment against the firewall. Since your vehicle is a four wheel drive, it is possible this problem originated from a mud-clogged ABS sensor, mud/debris in the wheel sensors, danaged ABS sensor wiring from off-road use, etc. Fuses blow for a reason, so if replacing the blown fuse with the exact same-rated ampacity fuse doesn't fix the problem, and it blows the fuse again immediately or shortly after replacement, DO NOT use a larger fuse: this CAN cause a fire. If the fuse re-blows, keep digging. The ABS controller may have problems, or the ABS individual wheel apply servos may be bad. The ECM's control everything from the air conditioning to the transmission shift points, so the problem could really be anywhere. Good luck. Sometimes these can be time consuming.
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there are 3 fuse boxes...1 is to the right of the steering wheel under the dash board..(basically to the right of the shift stick)...2nd is under the hood next to the battery and the 3rd is in the trunk on the driver side..you should see a square cut out in the fabric
check accesorie,radio,backup and dome lights fuses under hood and under the steering wheel,main fuse for that is dome light so check that first and should work and if the light wont get brighter then change the switch for making brighter lights on speedometer.if my info was of any help to you please leave a comment,vote,note.thankyou
What fuse is it you're looking for? There should be a fuse box in one of the following locations: 1. left side of steering wheel just about the e-brake (foot activated/hand release lever). 2. Right side of the steering wheel, to the left and below the stereo/heater console. 3. In the glove compartment, on the left side. There will be a little door. 4. Under the hood, usually just behind the batter (above the shock bold on the wheel-well) is a black fuse/relay box. There you will find fuses and relays - NOTE: do not remove fuses and relays while engine is running, or while batter is connected. ALWAYS disconnect the battery before servicing any electrical equipment or compnents. Fuses and Relays can be tested. Your local auto part store sells fuses, relays and fuse pullers and testers, or they may be able to test them for you.NOTE: while a fuse may LOOK good to the naked eye, sometimes it's the part you can't see that is bad. Fuses wear out after time from the flow of electricity going through them. Sometimes it's best to replace all the fuses to ensure they are all good.